Tell the Truth and Run
George Seldes and the American Press

Tell the Truth and Run - George Seldes and the American Press
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charles

Combining the Venona decrypts and the Vasiliev notebooks, John Earl Haynes showed in 2009 that this man was a controlled agent of the KGB. As was I.F. Stone, his mentor and buddy. No friend of America this guy. A spy masquerading as a "Liberal" journalist, Talk about "collusion." Lol. ...Read more

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Deborah

Fascinating story, well told. Timely, and disturbingly relevant to current circumstance and lack of integrity in the media in 2019. Gutsy guy. Could use a few more of them.

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